Labor

A Bold Experiment in Working-Class Journalism
Sometimes the most revolutionary thing you can do is listen.
Lauren Schandevel
Work Doesn't Have to Destroy Your Soul
How worker cooperatives are creating direct democracy on the job.
Maximillian Alvarez
Biden Has Abandoned His Covid Worker Safety Pledge
Biden's much-anticipated workplace safety rule excludes most workers—and some in the labor movement are not happy.
Christopher D. Cook
We Need a Big National Strike Fund
More successful strikes help the entire labor movement. We should pay for them together.
Hamilton Nolan
Rideshare Drivers in California Strike for the PRO Act
A conversation with Ahmad Ibrahim Moss, a rideshare driver in San Francisco.
Maximillian Alvarez
As Devastating Plant Shutdown Looms in West Virginia, National Outrage Is Hard to Find
A union set to be wiped out by layoffs says politicians are missing in action.
Hamilton Nolan
We Are Zoomers and We Want the PRO Act
Gen Z and Millennials are facing a bleak economic future. The answer is to massively expand union membership and democratize workplaces.
James Coleman and Nick Gonzalez
Striking Frito Lay Workers Say They Deserve More Than Crumbs
Worker Cheri Renfro speaks out from Topeka, Kansas, where Frito Lay workers have been on strike since July 5.
Maximillian Alvarez
Andrew Cuomo Is Just Another Boss For John Samuelsen to Fight
The Transport Workers Union president discusses turning against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, wrestling the gig economy and why he hates the Twittersphere.
Hamilton Nolan
Striking Alabama Miners Are Done Playing Nice
Hundreds of UMWA miners remain on the picket line at the Warrior Met Coal mine.
Jacob Morrison
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